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Surrey-White Rock MLA Trevor Halford and Surrey South MLA Stephanie Cadieux. (Contributed photos)

BC NDP ‘chose to create a system of chaos’ by holding back COVID-19 data: Cadieux

South Surrey MLAs criticize provincial government after BCCDC documents leak

Surrey-White Rock MLA Trevor Halford and Surrey South MLA Stephanie Cadieux. (Contributed photos)
Ocean Athletics’ Roy Jiang – a senior at Southridge School – will study, run track and play clarinet at the California Institute of Technology beginning this fall. (Gordon Kalisch/Fast Track Sports Photography)

‘Triple-threat’ Southridge School student runs toward CalTech

Roy Jiang will compete on track team, play in the university’s symphony and study bioengineering

Ocean Athletics’ Roy Jiang – a senior at Southridge School – will study, run track and play clarinet at the California Institute of Technology beginning this fall. (Gordon Kalisch/Fast Track Sports Photography)
Head coach Pat Smart demonstrates the delivery of bowl to potential new bowlers at Mann Park Lawn Bowling Club last weekend. (Contributed photo)

Mann Park lawn bowlers launch new season with lessons, garden dedication

Official opening ceremony planned for May 8, but club opened to some members last weekend

Head coach Pat Smart demonstrates the delivery of bowl to potential new bowlers at Mann Park Lawn Bowling Club last weekend. (Contributed photo)
Surrey Eagles head coach Cam Keith speaks to his players during the break in the action at a game last week against the Coquitlam Express. (Damon James photo)

Surrey Eagles shut out Powell River Kings as BCHL season nears end

Goaltender Tommy Scarfone stops 19 shots to earn shutout

Surrey Eagles head coach Cam Keith speaks to his players during the break in the action at a game last week against the Coquitlam Express. (Damon James photo)
Bryn Sandhu signs her scholarship papers after agreeing to a full-ride scholarship at Northern Michigan University. (Contributed photo)

Earl Marriott Secondary wrestler set to grapple with NCAA competition

Bryn Sandhu will wrestle and study this fall at Northern Michigan University

Bryn Sandhu signs her scholarship papers after agreeing to a full-ride scholarship at Northern Michigan University. (Contributed photo)
The Surrey Board of Trade is calling on the provincial government to implement a temporary paid sick-leave program. (Unsplash.com photo by Kelly Sikkema)

Surrey Board of Trade calls for temporary paid sick-leave program

Reccomendations sent to provincial labour minister, news release notes

The Surrey Board of Trade is calling on the provincial government to implement a temporary paid sick-leave program. (Unsplash.com photo by Kelly Sikkema)
Surrey Eagles forward Holden Katzalay was named the BCHL’s player of the week after scoring eight points in three games – all victories. (Garrett James file photo)

Surrey Eagles forward named BCHL’s player of the week

Veteran Holden Katzalay tallied eight points in three games last week

Surrey Eagles forward Holden Katzalay was named the BCHL’s player of the week after scoring eight points in three games – all victories. (Garrett James file photo)
Mann Park Lawn Bowling Club is gearing up for its opening day on May 8. (File photo)

With renovations complete, Mann Park Lawn Bowling Club gets set for opening day

White Rock club prepares for new season amid COVID-19 restrictions

Mann Park Lawn Bowling Club is gearing up for its opening day on May 8. (File photo)
Wil Kushniryk and his Surrey Eagles teammates sit atop their three-team BCHL pod division, with a record of 11-2-1. (Damon James photo)

‘Different approach’ paying off for Surrey Eagles as midpoint of BCHL season passes

Team focusing on development, not opponents, during 20-game pod schedule: Keith

Wil Kushniryk and his Surrey Eagles teammates sit atop their three-team BCHL pod division, with a record of 11-2-1. (Damon James photo)
Surrey-White Rock MLA Trevor Halford (inset) is calling on the NDP to increase support for those suffering from addiction, in light of record-breaking overdose death numbers announced this week. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward photo)

B.C. government needs to ‘take action’ as overdose deaths rise: Surrey-White Rock MLA

Current numbers show how much works needs to be done, says Trevor Halford

Surrey-White Rock MLA Trevor Halford (inset) is calling on the NDP to increase support for those suffering from addiction, in light of record-breaking overdose death numbers announced this week. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward photo)
Students work with members of the Lower Mainland Green Team to remove invasive species from White Rock’s Ruth Johnson Park. (Contributed photos)

PHOTOS: South Surrey students, Green Team volunteers clean up Ruth Johnson Park

Group celebrated Earth Day by clearing park of invasive species

Students work with members of the Lower Mainland Green Team to remove invasive species from White Rock’s Ruth Johnson Park. (Contributed photos)
Surrey Eagles forward Alec Saretzky was among the goal-scorers in Sunday’s 5-2 victory. (Damon James photo)

Surrey Eagles stretch win streak to five after weekend victories

BCHL team has nine wins and leads the league in goals scored

Surrey Eagles forward Alec Saretzky was among the goal-scorers in Sunday’s 5-2 victory. (Damon James photo)
The Neighbourhood Small Grants program is available to fund events ranging from socially-distanced community meetups; a seed library or any number of virtual events. (Contributed photos)

Deadline for Neighbourhood Small Grant submissions extended

$500 grants available for a number of South Surrey/White Rock projects

The Neighbourhood Small Grants program is available to fund events ranging from socially-distanced community meetups; a seed library or any number of virtual events. (Contributed photos)
Ocean Athletics held a club-members-only outdoor track-and-field competition last weekend at South Surrey Athletic Park. (Gordon Kalisch/Fast Track Sports Photography)

PHOTOS: Ocean Athletics’ athletes shine at club-only meet

Semiahmoo Peninsula track-and-field club held one-day event at South Surrey Athletic Park

Ocean Athletics held a club-members-only outdoor track-and-field competition last weekend at South Surrey Athletic Park. (Gordon Kalisch/Fast Track Sports Photography)
Softball BC has renamed its volunteer-of-the-year award in honour of longtime Canada Cup volunteer Zeone Andrijaszyn (inset), who passed away last year. (File photo)

Longtime Canada Cup volunteer honoured by Softball BC

Provincial organization’s volunteer-of-the-year award renamed for Zeone Andrijaszyn

Softball BC has renamed its volunteer-of-the-year award in honour of longtime Canada Cup volunteer Zeone Andrijaszyn (inset), who passed away last year. (File photo)
Volunteers from Semiahmoo Secondary joined with members of the Lower Mainland Green Team and the White Rock and South Surrey Naturalists Wednesday to remove invasive plants from White Rock’s Ruth Johnson Park in March. (Contributed photo)

Green Team, South Surrey students mark Earth Day with invasive plant removal

Volunteers to be on site at White Rock’s Ruth Johnson Park

Volunteers from Semiahmoo Secondary joined with members of the Lower Mainland Green Team and the White Rock and South Surrey Naturalists Wednesday to remove invasive plants from White Rock’s Ruth Johnson Park in March. (Contributed photo)
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South Surrey neighbours’ calls to police lead to break-and-enter arrest

‘Prime example’ of RCMP and public working together, constable says

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Neighbours are requesting that the City of Surrey add flashing lights to a crosswalk at 32 Avenue and Semiahmoo Trail Drive. (Google image)

Neighbours call for improvements to South Surrey crosswalk

Safety concerns grow after pedestrian struck on 32 Avenue last December

Neighbours are requesting that the City of Surrey add flashing lights to a crosswalk at 32 Avenue and Semiahmoo Trail Drive. (Google image)
The Surrey Board of Trade has launched a new ‘Say Yes to the Vaccine’ campaign. (File photo)

Surrey Board of Trade launches campaign to promote COVID-19 vaccination

Vaccinations are the only solution to re-opening the econony, says board

The Surrey Board of Trade has launched a new ‘Say Yes to the Vaccine’ campaign. (File photo)
Surrey Eagles forward Michael Abgrall had two goals and two assists in a pair of weekend victories. (Damon James photo)

Surrey Eagles’ offence soars in pair of lopsided victories

BC Hockey League squad scores 22 goals in two wins over Powell River, Coquitlam

Surrey Eagles forward Michael Abgrall had two goals and two assists in a pair of weekend victories. (Damon James photo)